More than 1,000 Australian drivers will need to re-issue their licenses for a second time in 2018 to avoid being stopped by police in the coming year.
Key points:The Queensland government is proposing to limit the number of licenses issued each year from 30,000 to 15,000Drivers can now renew their license plates by mail or at the end of the yearUnder the proposed new rules, only the first 30,001 drivers will be required to reissue their platesThis means drivers will not be required or required to get permission from police to get out of their vehiclesIf you’ve got a Queensland license plate and it expires within the next 12 months, you can renew it.
The Queensland Government is proposing that drivers can renew their Queensland licence plates by mailing them in or by the end, but drivers will still be required and required to obtain a police officer’s permission to get into their vehicles.
A total of 15,001 licences will be issued each December.
The Queensland Government says that it is a reasonable limit, but that there are drivers out there who may not have the patience to wait 12 months for their plates to be renewed.
The State Government says the proposed changes are necessary to allow Queenslanders to have a more regular and predictable way to get their plates renewed.
What you need to know about renewing a licence plateIn Queensland, you are required to renew a license plate every 12 months.
Your plate must be kept up to date and you need not renew it on a Sunday.
To renew a plate, you must present your licence plate to a police vehicle, which will then issue you a new plate.
There is a maximum limit of five renewals per person per day.
You will need a valid photograph to be accepted.
There are several ways to renew your Queensland licence plate.
If you have already been issued a plate for a number of years, you may be able to renew it with a photo of a valid current Queensland driver licence, which you can obtain online.
You can renew your license plate by the date on the licence plate if you’ve been issued one.
This is also an option if you have previously been issued plates.
You are also able to register to renew the plate online by going to the Queensland Government website.
This service will be available from January 1.
Queensland’s license plates have a limited lifespan.
If you do not renew your plate within 18 months of its issuance, you will be charged a $65 processing fee.
You may also be able pay a fee to get your plate renewed by calling the Queensland Driver Licensing Office on 1300 554 828.
If your plate is not renewed, you’ll need to reapply for your renewal.
To apply, you need a photo and you will need proof of your current Queensland licence.
A photo is an image taken by your camera or digital camera of your licence or plate and a description of what it is for.
You should be able get a photo taken of your Queensland license or plate from your local police station, police station or the Queensland Department of Primary Industries and Resources.
You must also provide the Queensland Police and Motor Vehicle Enforcement Unit with the photograph and the description of your plate, and you can pay to have the photo taken.
If the photograph is not current, you cannot renew your licence.
If a photo is not available, you might have to pay an application fee of $35.
If there is a fee you can contact the Queensland Motor Vehicle Department on 1800 933 644.
The new Queensland licence renewals will be phased in over the coming 12 months to allow drivers to get back into their cars and drive safely.
This change comes after a number years of contentious debate over Queensland’s licence plate system.
The Queensland Department has been criticised for not being able to enforce its current rules, and many drivers have been left frustrated.